1:12 AM EDT, Wed April 25, 2018

Nick Foles wants to start, but the Eagles QB is ready to back up Carson Wentz again

Nick Foles, during his first media available since the Super Bowl, talked about returning as the Eagles backup, his restructured contract and his aspiration to be a starter again.

Eagles' Jason Kelce has gone from doubting himself to becoming a Philly folk hero | Mike Sielski

Life is definitely different now for the Eagles' center, in the aftermath of the Super Bowl and his epic parade speech. But one thing hasn't changed: No Philadelphia has ever been more authentic.
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Nick Foles claims ‘special’ Eagles locker room makes ‘crazy situation’ worth it

Nick Foles claims ‘special’ Eagles locker room makes ‘crazy situation’ worth it

It is an extremely rare occurrence to go from Super Bowl MVP one game to the backup quarterback in the next, but Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles is happy to do that, citing their “special” locker room environment to help cope with what he called a “crazy situation.” Although Foles is very eager to lead […] The post Nick Foles claims ‘special’ Eagles locker room makes ‘crazy situation’ worth it appeared first on ClutchPoints.
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Eagles QB Nick Foles won’t push to start, but wants to lead a team eventually

Eagles QB Nick Foles won’t push to start, but wants to lead a team eventually

Following the Philadelphia Eagles’ impressive run to their first Super Bowl win in franchise history, a significant chunk of attention has been pushed toward Nick Foles’ future. Foles was one of the driving forces that helped the team reach the pinnacle in the league behind his stellar play in the playoffs. This has also put […] The post Eagles QB Nick Foles won’t push to start, but wants to lead a team eventually appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Meek Mill released from prison, Eagles players celebrate

Meek Mill released from prison, Eagles players celebrate

Meek has been freed. Meek Mill has been freed. The Philadelphia rapper was released from prison on Tuesday afternoon after originally being sentenced to two to four years in prison for parole violation. A lot of people felt Meek Mill’s imprisonment was unjustified, including Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins. “For somebody to be sentenced two to four years for popping a wheelie, he’s been on probation for 11 years,” Jenkins said in February, via Newsday. “It’s ridiculous. At some point and time, after people have served their time, paid their debt and they want to become productive...